Every day, bad actors from throughout the United States and as far away as China and the Baltic states assault Central Washington University’s computer networks to get at sensitive data.
“It’s a never-ending storm,” said Andreas Bohman, CWU’s vice president of information security.
Bohman talked about cyber security risks for businesses and families at CWU today, where he showed guests how to crack weak passwords, hijack unsecured wireless networks and mine information from social media profiles with too much information and too little security.
Read more of the Daily Record story here.
Story by Andy Matarrese, photo by Brian Myrick
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